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Enon : Motor cross
You're gonna love it, cool cats.
on the very next seven-inch in your pile. Enon is not his
the latest project by John Schmersal - one-time member of US
'Motor Cross' is another painfully plodding self-obsessed dirge of the kind that seems to be flowing out of
America with sickening regularity and is, y'know, alright. "What it lacks is madness," as Brian Eno said as he left Roxy Music
Happily, 'Burning The Bread' on side two is a totally
aggregation of tape loops, speeded-up voices and violins. You're gonna love it, cool cats.
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